AC Milan's Diogo Dalot enjoyed an incredible 10 minutes against Sparta Prague in the Europa League on Thursday evening.
The Manchester United loanee provided a class assist for Rafael Leao to make it 2-0 in the 57th minute before getting on the scoresheet himself shortly afterwards.
Dalot is on loan at AC Milan for the entire season but he remains an admired figure at Old Trafford.
According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Man United refused to include a buy-back option in the loan deal 'because they’re convinced Dalot will be a top full back in the future'.
His performance against Sparta Prague will have certainly attracted attention back in Manchester.
His outside-of-the-foot assist was just incredible, and he followed it up by scoring his first goal for AC Milan.
Dalot's assist for Rafael Leao
Dalot - playing at left-back - teed Leao up to double AC Milan's lead with a fine 'trivela' assist.
Dalot makes it 3-0
Not long after the Portuguese full-back grabbed his first goal for the Italian club after advancing forward and producing a fine finish.
How about that for an impact.
Based on Romano's tweet, Dalot still has a future at Man United.
He fell down the pecking order at the club following the arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and emergence of Brandon Williams, but he's still only 21 years old.
And more performance like the one he produced against Sparta Prague will only help as he looks to impress Solskjaer and co.
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